Mistakes To Avoid When Negotiating A Car Accident Settlement

Negotiating a car accident settlement can be tricky for an inexperienced person; you can easily end up with less than you deserve if you aren't careful. If you are gearing up for an accident claim, here are some of the mistakes to avoid if you want to maximize your claim:   Giving a Recorded Statement Without an Attorney Giving a recorded statement may not seem like such a bad idea, especial if you know you are " Read More 

2 Things You Should Know About Filing A Personal Injury Lawsuit

There are many people who file personal injury lawsuits and have a great outcome. In fact, filing a lawsuit can be a great way to make sure that you get what you deserve if you were in some sort of accident or dispute. However, many people have misconceptions about personal injury lawsuits. Here are some things you should know. 1. It Should Be About The Money, It Should Not Be Personal Read More 

Planning A Winter Ride? How To Avoid Accidents While Riding Your Motorcycle This Winter

Winter weather conditions have arrived. If you've decided to continue riding your motorcycle, it's time to adjust your riding habits. Winter weather brings additional road hazards, especially when it comes to riding a motorcycle. Making just a few simple adjustments can help you avoid accidents. Here are just four of the adjustments you can make that will keep you safe while you're riding your motorcycle this winter. Keep Yourself Warm Read More 

How To Get The Biggest Settlement Possible When You Crash Your Bicycle Due To A Pothole

Potholes are an extreme nuisance for cyclists. Not only can they cause popped tires and bent rims, they can also throw you off your bike, which is potentially fatal when you're riding in traffic. If you have a cycling accident due to a pothole, you may be able to get compensation from the local government organization responsible for maintaining the road or path on which you were riding. Here are five things you can do to get the biggest settlement possible. Read More 

3 Things To Consider Before You File A Wrongful Death Claim

Wrongful death lawsuits are sometimes the only way that a family can get any kind of justice for the death of a loved one -- they can succeed even when there isn't enough evidence available for a trial in criminal court. Should you file a wrongful death claim if a close relative was killed in an accident even if the police haven't brought charges? Here's what you need to consider: 1. The Legal Standard Read More